áþ
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áþ
. I. AddSe arcebiscop mid his selfes áþe geáhnode God . . . þá land . . . , and þæne áð nam se scírigman tó þæs cinges handa, and þǽr wæs gód eáca tén hundan mannan þe þane áð sealdan, Cht. Th. 273, 22-31. Leófríc sealde Wulfstáne twégra þegna áð and wæs hymsylf þridde, C. D. iv. 235, II. IV. the fine paid where the oath in a suit fails, [v. the grant in the following passage Ego Eadmundus rex . . . concedo . . . omnes forisfacturas . . . áthas et ordélas, C. D. ii. 252, 13. Cf. Beó se cyng ǽlces þǽra wíta wyrðe (this comes at the end of a section dialing with oaths and ordeals), Ll. Th. i. 282, 16] :-- Hámsócn and forsteall, . . . áþ and ordél, fyrdwíte, Cht. Th. 433, 28: 433, 8: 20: 31. v. cyre-áþ, fore-áþ, friþ-áþ, hold-áþ, hyld-áþ, rím-áþ.
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